• Highlighted

    Minsky, Amir. “The French Revolution and the German Chimera: Theatricality, Emotions, and the Untransferability of Revolution in J.H. Campe’s Briefe aus Paris”, in Julia Douthwaite, Antoinette Sol, and Catriona Seth (eds.), Teaching Representations of the French Revolution (MLA Options for Teaching Series, forthcoming 2018).

    Minsky, Amir. “Feeling Free? The Sentimental Foundations of Political Liberty in the German Enlightenment”, in Guillaume Ansart, Raphaël Ehrsam, Catriona Seth, and Yasmin Solomonescu (eds.), Enlightenment Liberties/Libertés des Lumières (Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, forthcoming 2018), 37-72.

    Minsky, Amir. Review of Karen Hagemann, Revisiting Prussia’s Wars against Napoleon. History, Culture, and Memory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. German Studies Review, vol. 40, no. 3 (October 2017): 638-640.

    Minsky, Amir. “The Affective Revolution: German Sentimental Travels in Post-Revolutionary France”, in Zmanim: A Historical Quarterly, no. 100 (December, 2007): 100-111 [Hebrew]

    Minsky, Amir. “Dorsch’s Complaint: The Exigencies of French Administration in the Roerdépartement”, in Frederick C. Schneid and Denise Davidson (eds.), Consortium on the Revolutionary Era 1750-1850, Selected Papers 2006 (High Point University, 2007), 226-239

    Minsky, Amir. Review of Harold Mah, Enlightenment Phantasies: Cultural Identity in France and Germany, 1750-1914 (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2004). H-Net Reviews, March 2005.